|Jul 7, 2013, 11:09 AM||#1|
Tagging songs and on my iPod disc 2 not start at track 1
Hey, I'm trying to tag my music. I am going to provide how I'm doing it along with the problem I'm having. Would someone please jump in by replying to this thread and assist me?
This example is a 2 CD album. I'm using an iPod Classic 160GB. This is done on a Windows PC running the latest version of iTunes. I don't use the albums or any of that on my iPod. I use folders and playlists. Also, every change I do it does auto sync.
Now, there are 11 tracks on disc 1, and 9 tracks on disc 2. I highlight all tracks from D1, and fill in disc 1 of 2, and the first disc tracks should be 1 of 11, 2 of 11.
The second disc should be disc 2 of 2, and tracks should be 1 of 9, 2 of 9.
When playing back on my iPod, it would show 1 of 20, and the second disc would play track 12 and not track 1. Am I missing something? And how if possible could I get every disc of the set to play at track 1 and not the next track in numerical order after the previous disc ended?
I am trying to get some answers.
|Jul 7, 2013, 12:32 PM||#3|
Could you answer those questions? I never heard of iTunes Match, so that is why I'm asking.
|Jul 7, 2013, 05:56 PM||#4|
I have it and like it but it has screwed up a few of my playlist.
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